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Tariffs miss the mark, Protectionism favors powerful nations, Children should not be targeted for taking a stand, Five Star Movement’s win in Italy continues a populist trend, Better avenues needed for reporting sexual harassment

South China Morning Post / Hong KongSteel and aluminum tariffs miss the mark

“The cost of The Donald’s policy of imposing heavy import tariffs on steel and aluminium continues to rise, with the resignation of ... Gary Cohn, his top economic adviser...,” writes Richard Harris. “Steel and aluminium are poor targets for an American trade war.... [T]hey miss the fundamental issue of seeking to rebalance trade

The Guardian / LondonProtectionism has always favored powerful nationsAl Jazeera / Doha, QatarChildren should never be targeted for taking a standThe Hindu / Chennai, IndiaFive Star Movement’s election win in Italy continues a populist trendThe Age / Melbourne, AustraliaBetter avenues needed for reporting sexual harassment

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